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We had heard about the caves and thought they would be fun to see. As mentioned in other reviews, the pictures posted are not even close to what these caves look like. They are grey, dark, full of bats, and have no water cascading over...More
It's worth giving a pit stop to. Warning: there are bats and cockroaches. When you go into the cave you can really imagine how pirates climbed in and used it to hide barrells and goods! I love a good historical landmark!
Unfortunately I was not suitably dressed to do much more than descending a few steps and seeing the hundreds of bats that inhabit the caves. Hopefully I will be better prepared next time. Was an awesome experience nonetheless
The picture posted for Nassau is totally incorrect; this cave is on the island of East Grand Bahama, NOT on the island of New Providence Island where Nassau is located.
The cave in Nassau is dry, and boring, not much to see there. The same...More
Shawn was there intoxicated and had I not already read about him, I might have been frightened. He gave an introduction and then took us into the caves and took pictures with our phone cameras. He said we could take our own if we wanted....More
Shawn, the (self appointed?) cave historian was hanging out when we arrived and we gave us a nice tour and history of the cave. He was moderately intoxicated but still on his A-game. He showed us how almond trees work too and let us get...More
This was a quick stop along another tour we were on. Shawn was super informative and a hoot! His favorite line was "Watch this sh*t". The caves were a bit intimidating but Shawn walked us through it. He also took awesome pictures of us using...More
We stopped here on a whim to look at the cave and ended up getting a history lesson from Sean the Freemason who looks after the caves.
We actually were able to go down into the cave which was pretty cool and take photos and...More
We stopped in here on a whim. We took the bus, and the driver dropped us off right in front of it. It's not very big but worth a look inside. Kind of slippery in spots. fun to look for bats. Kids will love it....More
Quick off the cuff visit . Small caves walk into and check out .Local guide gives tours about history for tips great photographer can make your.camerA phone do some neat stuff knows every angle in cave.